NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Unigen Pharmaceuticals and the University of Prince Edward Island will work together to study marine microorganisms from the Atlantic Ocean with the hopes of making discoveries that may lead to new therapeutics and commercial products, Unigen said late last week.
 
The marine collection research will be led by Russell Kerr, Canada Research Chair in Marine Natural Products at UPEI, who has been collecting samples from tropical Atlantic waters for two decades.
 

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